The most anticipated week in gaming is finally here! This Thursday, November 14th PlayStation and Spike TV bring the PS4 All Access: Greatness Awaits launch event to life.
Who ever said video gaming doesn't amount to anything? One of the most insane reality competition shows is back on Spike! On Season 3 of Nissan GT Academy, gamers get to take their virtual driving skills to the next level by competing for the ultimate prize — the chance to be a Pro Nissan Motorsports racer.
All Access has put together a list of required viewing if you’re going to become a master of moto-sports. Let’s get right to it.
We’re coming to the end of DC Comics’ “Villains Month,” where the bad guys took over every single comic released in September. 3D covers of everyone from Bizarro to Black Manta have been rocking the shelves of comic book stores to mark the first major crossover of the New 52, where the Crime Syndicate of Earth-3 has defeated the Justice...
As alumni of The State and Reno 911, Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant have played everything from inbred hillbilly brothers (who are also cousins and father and son) to the law in Reno. Now they’ve donned the frock to lead the flock as clergy fighting the Devil himself in their new film “Hell Baby,” which is now playing in select theaters.
What is Fantasy Fantasy? Well, it’s like Fantasy Football, except…well, with Fantasy! And let’s expand that to include pretty much any and all speculative fiction – super-heroes, sci-fi, action-adventure, you name it.
Apple made a compelling case for its continued dominance of the global dominance with their latest keynote, unveiling the new iOS 7 mobile platform and two new iPhone models.
This weekend’s top opening, “Riddick: Rule the Dark,” is the third installment in the trilogy that started with the surprise hit “Pitch Black.” For years the “threequel” has gotten a bad rap, mostly because of the litany of cheesy horror sequels in the eighties. But threequels aren’t always miserable failures. In fact, sometimes...
We might be adults, but that doesn’t mean we’re smart with our money. We’ll buy anything. Here are some toys and more that companies could make based on the books, movies, and TV shows we love.
It’s this fear that home invasion movies prey upon. So with this weekend’s release of yet another – “You’re Next” - let’s take a look at ten of the best (and some of the most outrageous) examples of the genre.